A temporary electronic "tattoo" may one day offer diabetics a bloodless way to check blood sugar levels, researchers say.
Diabetes appears to be a disease written deeply in human genes, a feature millions of years old, which can emerge yet also retreat through the influence of environmental forces such as diet, a new...
New medical gadgets and smartphone add-ons could give patients more control over their healthcare. Dr. Manny sits down with Dr. Eric Topol, author of “The Patient Will See You Now,” to learn more...
Older diabetics may sometimes do too good a job at keeping their blood sugar down, according to a new study.
Diabetes is a serious disease that often comes with a stigma about poor eating habits and obesity.
On average, people with type 1 diabetes die 11 to 13 years earlier than people without the condition, according to a new study from Scotland.
People without reliable sources of food and medicine are more likely to have poor control over their diabetes, compared to those without such concerns, according to a new study.